On 10 April 2019 a picture of the black hole at the centre of the Milky way was released to the public. It cost over £49 million and required nearly 200 scientist to make it. I thought that was an awful lot of money to spend on what looked like an out-of-focus bagel. So I took this photo the next day when making my breakfast.
Oh, do hurry up!
We were sat outside at the beach cafe when I heard an obviously exasperated lady shout this. I looked round and saw the two people concerned framed by a section of the cafe's seating area structure. I took this shot.
Sheltering in the beach cafe waiting for the storm to die down.
Just after covid. The town's Best Scarecrow competition. This was my favourite. It didn't win.
Stormy sea on a sunny day
The end of summer, Weymouth.
Empty cruise liners at anchor in the bay waiting for the end of Covid.
On the street
Sometime you just have to sneak a photo.
On the street
Sometime you get given a photo.
My wife was shopping. I was bored.
Dorchester. Weeds are just unloved flowers.
Crazy phone boxes
It's an iron man on a wall. Must be art.
It's an iron man in the sea. Must be art.
The Turner, Margate.
Colourful window. Dull view.
At the dentist's
Only three seats in the waiting room during covid.
Another bank closed down
Spotted on Dungeness Beach
A superb location for photographers who like 'bleak'.